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Tue Jan 8, 2013
Charlene Johnson answered:
Good Evening Jariamitchell,

I'm not really clear as to the question you are asking, but I will attempt to answer what I think you might be looking for. There are a few sites that you can google that will give you reviews on both schools, one is greatschools.org. From what I have read, Durfee K-5 is rated 1 out of 10, there are a number is problems, discipline, administrative problems and very poor academics.

The reviews for Martin L King Educational Center are very positive and their rating is a 6 out of 10. As a parent myself doing research is extremely important and I think after you do yours, you will not have a question what school your daughter should attend.

I hope this helps :-)
Charlene
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Tue Feb 10, 2015
Karen Paytas answered:
Hi Brooke,

Unfortunately, as a Realtor we are not allowed to discuss areas as it's considered "steering".

Good Luck,

Karen Paytas, GRI, CMS
Realtor
Real Living Kee Realty
586-709-8465
kpaytas@mirealsource.com
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Mon Sep 19, 2011
CHARLENE FOSTER answered:
HELLO,
YOU MAY CONTACT CHARLENE AT ARRAY REALTY
FOR MORE INFORMATION
THANKS
TALK TO ME SOON
CHARLENE
313-532-4939
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Thu Sep 8, 2011
Ty asked:
Thu Sep 1, 2011
Phil Rotondo answered:
Down, up, or sideways.....if you know the right people and/or have a solid sphere of influence, then real estate is a good choice of careers.
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Wed Jul 20, 2011
Karen Paytas answered:
Hi Na:

The first step is to contact a mortgage lender and get pre-approved for a mortgage.

Good Luck,

Karen Paytas, GRI, CMS
Realtor
Real Living Kee Realty
586-709-8465
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Thu Jun 30, 2011
Pam Bava answered:
I'm not sure there is a list of new homes being built. I would suggest you work with a realtor that can assist you with your search for a home. The agent would be able to pull new listings on the MLS for you.


Good luck
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Sun Aug 21, 2011
Michele Rigaud answered:
Hello Andreas

I can assist you and need additional information about what you are looking for. What specific area in Detroit are you interested in? Do you know the area well? What size building will you be looking at? Are you planning on buying cash or mortgage? Do you have a mortgage lender you are working with? What price range do you have in mind? Are you a company buyer or an individual?


What is the time frame you are working with?

Let me know your expectations and specifications so we can get an agent to contact you.

Michele Rigaud, P.A.
Keller Williams
863-353-7450
407-508-9884 (Cell / Text)
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Sun May 15, 2011
Karen Paytas answered:
Hi!!

The home on Gray was foreclosed on in October 2010. The redemption period just ended. The home is not currently on the market but won't be available to rent since it's a foreclosure.

If you need assistance finding a property to rent I'd be glad to help.

Thank You,

Karen Paytas, GRI, CMS
Realtor
Real Living Kee Realty
586-709-8465
kpaytas@mirealsource.com
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Sun May 8, 2011
Scott Godzyk answered:
Most brokers who list bank owned homes require their contractors to be licensed or insured, then you r best bet is to meet with the top listing agent of homes and offer to provide free bids, make sure you price yourself lower than teh average, proveide quick work and do a great job. ... more
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Fri Nov 26, 2010
Steven Ransom asked:
I'm trying to determine the value of this property (see address above) and find property in the same or similar neighborhood that has sold recently. My Problem is that; I can'...
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Mon May 19, 2014
Deborah Mallory answered:
I leased a townhouse at Palmer Court about a year ago. The environment is surrounded by dilapidated buildings. Management is very lax in addressing tenant concerns. Not worth the price of rent. ... more
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Thu Mar 4, 2010
Cicely Brookover answered:
I have had clients stay at the Inn on Ferry Street. Don't know the price, but it was a charming place. It was one of about 4 old homes with rooms available that were built in the late 1880's for executives of Michigan's then thriving Carriage Industry. Before we built cars, the state was know for its horse drawn Carriages.!!
Try www.theinnonferrystreet.com or 313 871-6000
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Wed Mar 3, 2010
Reggie Fluker, MBA answered:
Hi Kotl,

The terms "Good / safe" depends on the observers criterium or definition. I would suggest that you establish a buyer-client (under contract and retainer) relationship with an experienced REALTOR who knows the Detroit community well. As the REALTOR's client, he or she would have a legal obligation to share with you whatever he or she knows about a property's condition, or environmental issues that may affect value. I have actively worked Detroit, and it's immediate suburbs, as a REALTOR and single-/multi-family investor for over 28 years, am a former Detroit police officer, have also worked for the City in a different capacity to redevelop its public housing communities, and have worked with others in the City's political and nonprofit communities.

I guess you might say: "I KNOW the metro Detroit area!" Please feel free to call me, if you would like me to work with you.

Reggie Fluker, MBA
Cell: (313) 516-8822
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Thu Apr 22, 2010
Maureen Francis & Dmitry Koublitsky answered:
Hi Paul,

What does good mean? Are you looking for the best schools? Check www.schoolmatters.com

Good is very subjective and I think most of the Realtors here will not be able to answer that for you. Your budget as a buyer is really a key factor.

If you want to live in some of Metro Detroit's priciest communities (which I am not saying are the "good" ones, then you are likely looking at places like Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Franklin, Northville, Grosse Pointe Shores and a few others.

What are things that are important to you? Being close to work or schools? Living in a smaller community? Proximity to the airport? All factors that would help us to tell you what communities you might prefer.
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Sat Jan 9, 2010
Dan Chase answered:
Talk to your cities housing authority. You should be able to find it by asking at city hall for it. Calling the state dept of human services and asking for it. By contacting your state or federal representative and asking for it. You would be seeking section 8 housing.

Look under government (state, federal, local) in the phone book. You should be able to find some help after a few calls.

Good luck.
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Sat Feb 23, 2013
John Shellington answered:
Foreigners can get home loans in the U.S. but it's difficult. It depends on their residency status. If they've got a green card they're home free on both FNMA and FHA. Otherwise they will need to have either an H1 or L1 visa (3 yr renewable). Even with the right visa or green card you still have some potential problems. You have to put together a documented loan package i.e. 2 year employment and income history, verifiable assets, and acceptable credit scores. Credit scores can be the most diffficult to establish since very few countries have a credit scoring system using Experian, Equifax, and Transunion. I believe England, Australia, and Canada may have one out of three bureaus. If they've been in the U.S. awhile and/or have some international credit cards, you might be in luck. The visas get you in the door but the loan documentation may be a problem. I hope this info helps. ... more
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Thu Jul 23, 2009
Elizabeth Tintinalli answered:
Here is the name of an attorney that may be able to help you.

Nesi and Associates
Attn: Chris Nesi
cjnesi@yahoo.com
info@nesilawyers.com
313-886-5769 W
313-886-5851 F


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Wed Jul 22, 2009
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It depends on the location of the property. Go to the city/township website assessor's homepage or call them up and you should be able to find out. Otherwise you're just gonna have to mail a check ... more
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